Oblong Gray And White Pill P449

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Melinda Says:
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I was wondering what this pill is used for? It is oblong, gray on one side and white on the other. The number on the pill is p449 and the number is on the gray side. It is not a capsule.



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Jenny Says:

I am almost 100% sure this is Robax Platinum (500mg methocarbamol, 200 mg Ibuprofin) I use these for muscle strains and they really do a good job at easing the pain without making you feel "loopy".

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David Says:

Jenny may be right, as I have come across a small pill image of Robax Platinum depicting a half white, half gray oblong pill associated with their product packaging. However I also noticed a score line on the pill and it wasn't clear enough to determine what the markings were (if any).

Also, please correct me if I'm wrong, but Robax Platinum appears to be a Canadian medication. Just something else to keep in mind.

I hope this helps and will be sure to post back if I locate more information.

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suratex Says:
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Re: Jenny (# 1)

Can I take this drug twice a day like morning and night? Does it work perfectly for lower back pain? I have pain in my lower back.

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Jenny Says:

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Yes, I take it twice a day when I am in pain. Long term use may damage your liver though, so I would check with your doctor.

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whistler lifestyle Says:

Kirkland signature - Costco version of robax back. 400 IBU 400 Methocarbamol, cheap & works, in Canada.

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Anita Says:

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Thanks...I am sure I got it in Canada and placed in another bottle...really works well!

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